The club presents below its major policies


The Barnstoneworth United Football Club (B.U.F.C.) recognises that exposure of non-smokers to environmental tobacco smoke (passive smoking) is hazardous to health and that non-smokers should be protected. 

Passive smoking can lead to serious illnesses in adults such as bronchitis, lung cancer and cardiovascular disease. 

Accordingly, the following policy has been developed by B.U.F.C. to protect the health of all concerned.

Who Does it Apply To

This policy applies to:

- All members,

- Administrators,

- Officials, coaches,

- Players,

- Visitors and

- Volunteers of the B.U.J.F.C.

Designated Smoke Free Areas

The B.U.F.C. requires the following areas to be smokefree:

- Club and social rooms
- Changing rooms
- Toilet blocks
- Eating areas
- Playing areas
- Near open windows

- Near entries and exits of buildings, facilities and the ground.

Code of Conduct

The Club's behaviour policies and code of conduct have been developed to assist all those involved with the Club, the children, our visitors and the wider community in understanding the role they each play in ensuring a safeand enjoyable environment for all our participants.

Every member of our soccer community must play a part in ensuring a safe environment, where our children have the opportunity to learn and our coaches the opportunity to coach.

Our Club is a place where positive behaviour, responsibility, respect, active citizenship and sporting fairness are expected learning.

Who Does it Apply To

The policies apply to:

- Players

- Parents

- Coaches

- Spectactors

- Administrators